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This book is great for young children. Stink gives you a laugh and makes you happy. Dec 15, Alejandro Berges rated it really liked it. Good for lower school, I personally read it in 3rd grade. Aug 17, Jonas rated it really liked it. Stink enters in a rotten sneakers contest.
His friend Sophie of the elves was entering too! One of the judges catches a cold so Stink fils in.
Apr 10, Kennady rated it liked it Shelves: chapter-books. Stink is a third-grade boy and is going to a Gross Me Out exhibit on a field trip to a science museum with his class. Stinks teacher dared him to go into the "everybody stinks" exhibit, at first the B. But he went on and smelt many other gross things. He then learned that he has a talent for smelling things. At school, there was a flyer for a smelly shoe competition so stink decided the had to join.
His plan to use his smell shoes failed when his sister Judy Moody tried to Stink is a third-grade boy and is going to a Gross Me Out exhibit on a field trip to a science museum with his class. His plan to use his smell shoes failed when his sister Judy Moody tried to clean them.
He then thought of a plan to make a stinky perfume.
At the contest, Stink gets to meet a professional smeller. I gave this book 3 stars, I thought it was an interesting book. I do think that a lot of young boys would enjoy reading this book and seeing what happens to Stinks shoes.
Along with the plot, I thought the illustrations were great and help push the plot along. The 'science" facts were a great touch to the story. Apr 20, Anthony rated it liked it Shelves: fiction , school-stories , children-chapter-books , humor , families. Stink and his classmates take a field trip to the Gross-Me- Out exhibit at the science museum, where they learn of all things smelly.
Stink discovers he has a nose for indicating what things are by their smell. Some class members enters the all-time worst super stinky sneaker contest, but when a judge gets sick on the big day, Stink fills in as a judge, and meets a professional smeller. This story is filled with stinky facts.
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Apr 21, Natalia rated it did not like it Shelves: abandoned , elementary. My child tried to read this book but abandoned it very quickly. He never returned to it.
Stink and the World's Worst Super-Stinky Sneakers (Book #3)
Sep 08, Isabelle rated it it was amazing. Love the book. This is my favorite book in the Stink series so far. Highly recommended. Jan 04, Angela Mitchener rated it liked it. Jan 16, Ahnia rated it did not like it. This to me, is a very uneducating book, and you may think the same too. Feb 24, Angela Sollom rated it really liked it.
Sep 18, Adora Fahrenbruch rated it really liked it. What is that smell? That would be Stink Moody's super stinky sneakers. Stink and his class are on their way to the Gross Me Out museum for a class field trip. Stinks nose has incredible smell abilities. Stink just could not keep his smelly feet from smelling. He even entered in the cotton sneakers contest. Will Stink Moody take the gold?
Stink and the World's Worst Super Stinky Sneakers (Stink #03)
Read this silly humor filled graphic novel for children to find out. The story is kid friendly with stick figure comic like illustrations. This story is set at a museum while on a class field trip. The illustrations are able to enhance interaction because they provide visualization for the text.
They are also able to support entertainment within a young readers chapter book by adding hilarious stick figure images. The literary elements of the story are developed primarily through the text and the images are added to represent the text. The illustrations are not very realistic as they are sketched and stick figure like.
Overall, I would recommend this book to any young reader with a sense of humor. Nov 23, Pamela Hatch rated it really liked it Shelves: jobs , friends , apprentice , talent , brother-and-sister , humor , competition , inventions , trivia , smell. Reynolds -- Cambridge, Massachusetts : Candlewick Press, c Boys should love reading this title with its large font, numerous illustrations, humor, and gross-out topics.
FURTHER FUN: 1 Blindfold and smell objects not smelly sneakers and see if the person smelling can identify the object without looking ; 2 talk about talent and ask reader what unusual talent do they have; 3 Talk about unusual jobs; 4 Ask what they want to be when they grow up; 5 Find or design a contest that the reader can participate in as entry and then as judge. Jun 19, george rated it liked it Shelves: read-in , juvenile. Stink and his second grade class get to go on the most amazing field trip in Stink's opinion, anyway --the Everybody Stinks exhibit at the science museum!
Stink can't wait and when he finally gets there he realizes that he has an uncanny knack for identifying smells. From B. He decides that he wants to be a professional sniffer when he gorws up. But before he can do that, he just has to win the World's Worst Super-Stinky Sneakers Stink and his second grade class get to go on the most amazing field trip in Stink's opinion, anyway --the Everybody Stinks exhibit at the science museum!
But Sophie of the Elves is determined to win, too. Will Stink's sneakers be smelly enough to win the Golden Clothespin Award? Cute book. I didn't realize until the end that this was the third in a series, and a series following a series his older sister, Judy Moody. Not the best book I've ever read, but cute and I'd be interested to read more about Stink and Judy. Apr 30, Steven R. Stink got his nickname from his stinky diapers when he was young. But he is also known, nay renowned, for his stinky feet.
But in this book he also becomes known for his nose.